Perry, Ryan score 2 each as Ducks top Canucks
The two-goal efforts by
Ten players got on the scoresheet for the
Parros tied it at 2 in the second period with his 10th NHL goal, and Brown put Anaheim ahead to stay later in the period with his fourth career goal and first short-handed tally. Both goals were set up by
“They were our best line early, in staying with the structure that we tried to create,” coach Randy Carlyle said. “What we asked of them – specifically Brown and Carter – was to be as aggressive as they possible could down ice on the puck and let George be the guy laying back in some situations.
“Anytime that your energy line can make a contribution on the offensive side, plus play their normal energy game, it’s a huge boost for your club. These guys are happy to see a
Parros came in with a ratio of 65 penalty minutes for every goal in 242 previous NHL games. Brown came in with a ratio of 75.3 penalty minutes for every goal in 226 previous NHL games.
“If we can contribute like that, it’s just a bonus for the team,” Brown said. “It was great to get the team going with both of us putting goals in. I think we were both in shock after we put the puck in the net, because we’re not really used to it.”
Perry was serving a boarding penalty when Brown got the puck from Carter on a 2-on-2 rush and scored on a short backhander at 16:15 of the second to put the
“I felt like we came out with the hustle and determination that we talked about,” Ryan said. “A lot of times lately, a couple of early goals has kind of taken the wind out of our sails. But we stayed together as a group tonight and we made sure that we showed some resilience.”
Parros got the equalizer at 2:29 of the second period. He knocked
“It’s always fun and it excites the crowd when guys like us score, so we’re happy to take that momentum and help the team get a couple of points tonight.” Parros said.
Coming off a 2-1 shootout win Thursday night at Los Angeles in which they were outshot 29-12 in regulation, the
“We tried to generate what we could with what we had,” said
Raymond made it 2-0 about 3 1/2 minutes later while Ryan was off for slashing. The
NOTES: A year ago Saturday, Vancouver beat the